S-Space College of Humanities (인문대학) Institute for Cognitive Science (인지과학연구소) Journal of Cognitive Science (인지과학작업) Journal of Cognitive Science (인지과학작업) vol.07 (2006)
Linguistic Cues of Writing according to Attitude Consistency
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- Journal of Cognitive Science, Vol.7 No.2, pp. 139-147
- Language Analysis ; Word Count ; Attitude ; Attitude Consistency ; Writing ; Linguistic Cue ; Korean
- This study provides descriptive data on uses of language in attitude-consistent and attitude-inconsistent writing. The language analysis program KLIWC (Korean Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count) analyzes the attitude-consistent and attitude-inconsistent writings. When a person expresses agreement with regard to a social issue(i.e., death penalty), his or her attitude-consistent writing reflects more complicated language structures and less usage of the first-person-plural-pronoun than did his/her attitude-mconsistent writings.
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